woman: that's, like, chinese letters, like "a," "b," "c," our abcs. these are, like, the chinese abcs, all right? is that a place to go to work? child: look at this. woman: huh? hendrick: the children's families are wonderful resources for this kind of information. children learn by our example. woman: i have 7. hendrick: if we show understanding, appreciation, respect, and acceptance for different cultures and life experiences, you can be sure the children in our care will, too. woman: can you help me tonight? second woman: just let the children know everybody is different, but different doesn't necessarily mean bad. you know, there's-- i guess there's just too much of that going on-- too much segregating, too much, you know, "i'm this, and you're that. that's bad." not "i know why it's bad," but because people say. and, you know, there's no basis for it.